Trainers & Coaches
The One Metric You Need is "Hell, yes!"
Coaching is not about the sets, it’s not about the reps, and it’s not about the business bullshit—it’s about a relationship with the human being in front of you.
Your Coaching Is Only as Good as Your Presentation
All of your knowledge is useless if your athletes aren't absorbing it.
Eric C. Stevens
One Word to Eliminate From Your Coaching Vocabulary
Better coaching means better client learning. Choose your words wisely.
Put Your Athlete First: How to Build Rapport
Understanding human interaction is where the money is made.
If It Feels Bad, Do It
Avoiding your fear reinforces the idea that you can't get past it. Face your fear straight on.
7 Ways to Be a Better Coach and Create a Kickass Gym
Are you a run-of-the-mill coach? Avoid mediocrity and attain excellence by applying these seven main principles to your philosophy - right now.
Take Action: Speak Out Against Sexual Misconduct in Yoga
Having the courage to bring this topic out into the open will facilitate transformation for the whole yoga community.
Are You as Isolated as an Astronaut? Exercise Can Help
If exercise can help astronauts and Antarctic winter crews, it can probably help you, too.
Is Your Yoga Practice Keeping You From Finding Your Soulmate?
After years of failing miserably at love, I finally found the love of my life a few years ago. But my yoga had to change for it to happen.
Why the Fitness World Is Full of Monkeys (And How to Stay Safe)
Sometimes when I look at the interactions in the fitness world, everyone turns into monkeys squabbling over bananas.
How to Spot a Non-Toxic Fitness Community: It's About People
If you aren’t paying attention, a community can be based on some pretty negative stuff. Ain't nobody got time for that.
Pursuing Your Athletic Passion: Are the Trade-offs Worth It?
You need to be ready to make some big sacrifices if you plan on making it to the top of your game.
How to Make Social Events a Strength This Holiday Season
Holiday get togethers can threaten your progress or they can make you stronger. It's up to you.
"How to Love a Grappler" (Book Review)
Valerie Worthington's book is a guide for the family and partners of people who train BJJ.
My Greatest Regret as a Business Owner
Your greatest regrets in business will be about people. Not business abstractions, but real people, with names and faces.
Learning to Recognize the Signs of a Depressed Athlete
I see many athletes who start out eager and driven, but become disenchanted with the prospect of fitness and do just enough to get by. As coaches, it is our responsibility to notice this behavior.
Show Respect to Earn Respect: Prioritize Doing the Right Thing
While we deserve to have our priorities respected, we also need to have limits to our passions and respect others. Here are 3 ways to respect others while still being obsessed with your training.
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